Everton have been maddeningly inconsistent this season and it would not be too much of a surprise to see them respond to losing at Fulham last weekend by holding Manchester United to a draw on Sunday.
United are in danger of missing out on a top-four finish for the third time in the six seasons since Sir Alex Ferguson’s 26-year spell in charge at Old Trafford came to an end.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team were outclassed in midweek when they were dumped out of the Champions League by Barcelona and they have lost their last two away games in the Premier League – at Arsenal and Wolves.
United have already lost seven away games this season while Marco Silva’s team have beaten Chelsea and Arsenal in their last two matches at Goodison Park. Everton could have one of their good days on Sunday and frustrate Solskjaer’s misfiring team.
Liverpool may win their last four league games and still miss out on the title which would be tough to take as Jurgen Klopp’s team have only lost one top-flight match all season.
Cardiff City need points to avoid relegation but Liverpool have the firepower to douse the home side’s passion.
Having eased into the semi-finals of the Champions League by disposing of Porto in midweek, a visit to south Wales should hold no fears for the Reds.
Arsenal, 4/9 to finish in the top four, have 12 more points than they did after 33 games of last season and, with a relatively easy run-in, they seem well-placed to finish in the top four this season after missing out in each of the last two campaigns.
Crystal Palace may not be mathematically safe from relegation yet but, barring a miracle, they will be starting their seventh season in a row in the Premier League in August. The Gunners can maintain their fine home form by easing to a routine London derby triumph, with Alexandre Lacazette good value at 33/10 to score the first goal.
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